C&O for Progress I guess... Q636 heads for Walbridge as it knocks down the EE Pemberville where the signal crews are actively working on removing the C&O history.
Q636 rolls under the classic C&O cantilever at the "88 Crossovers" on their way to Walbridge Yard.
A single CSX Dash-8 leads Q636 north along the old C&O right before sunset passing under the classic C&O cantilever at "Eighty Eight Crossovers' in Fostoria, Ohio.
The Q636 with a single AC6000 for power rolls past what was one of Marion Power Shovel's building, which now has been reduced to rubble.
The Q636 poses for some pictures by all the rubble while it waits for a signal, that is RP contributor S. C. Vermillion workin... (more)
Q636 rolls west towards AC where it will meet it's counterpart Q637.
Bright evening sun has finally broken through a pesky bank of clouds as Q636 roars past the East End Pemberville on the last leg of its journey to Walbridge.
In the glow of the late evening sun, a solo SD40-2 cruises past the classic C&O signals at the east end of Pemberville with a mixed bag of freight in tow.
Q636 with a single SD40-2 pulls its train across the Scioto River with the Columbus skyline in the background, on a very windy evening.
Q636-16 left Columbus at around the same time I did this afternoon, but I beat it to this spot with a few minutes to spare, as he continues heading West on the CSX Columbus sub.
Q636 meets E434-28 just west of HV cabin, both had to stop to wait for Ohio Central to cross HV.